Normally tucked away from view, stormwater networks are the unsung heroes of pipeline infrastructure, operating as the vital drainage networks that promote happy and healthy communities. When they run smoothly, they are hardly noticed. However, their malfunction or failure can have serious ramifications. Sunshine Coast Council recently partnered with Interflow to proactively address the region’s

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Townsville Mayor attends spiral-wound liner demonstration

Innovation took centre stage on Monday 10 May, as leading pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow, hosted the City’s Mayor, Cr Jenny Hill, and members of Council, for a demonstration of its industry-leading spiral-wound liner – a ground-breaking trenchless solution for pipeline renewal. The demonstration took place prior to the renewal works that Interflow is delivering on

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2021 is well underway. As we slowly move back towards normality, it is worth pausing to reflect on the impact an individual’s work may have on others. Leading pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow, is encouraging acts of kindness among its people to empower positive change at a community level. Recognising our differences, working as one As

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Australia and New Zealand’s leading pipeline infrastructure company, Interflow, has a vision that supports the growth of its people, fosters partnerships with its customers, and ensures the wellbeing of the communities it serves. By helping local councils to create, renew and maintain robust pipeline infrastructure, the organisation is supporting the growing needs of local communities

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The need for any Tender Specification to be ‘specific, certain and enforceable’ should remain at the forefront of all infrastructure project planning, particularly in the public sector. By creating clear project objectives, asset owners can fairly compare the available solutions to ensure that the resulting infrastructure is fit for purpose and able to support their

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Historically, many women have been deterred from ‘male-dominated’ fields such as civil construction or water services, due to underlying systemic cultural factors. However, the tides are fast changing. More women than ever are entering these fields with unbridled enthusiasm and passion for what they do – bringing with them potentially world-changing new ideas and innovations.

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The science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) space is constantly evolving with the development of new systems, technology and practices, as well as an increasing ratio of women in the workplace. With this evolution set to impact the next generation of STEM professionals, it’s more important than ever for companies in the STEM space to

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‘Customer centricity’ has become a strategic focus in the water sector, with key industry players adopting a collaborative approach to provide community-focused innovations. A new era of ‘co-creation’ is enhancing this, enabling asset owners and service providers to combine their knowledge to deliver community-focused infrastructure solutions that will last for generations to come. Reshaping traditional

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Charitable giving is heavily entwined in Australian and New Zealand culture, with up to 80% of Australians and New Zealanders donating to heartfelt causes annually. Throughout COVID-19, the charitable sector has seen a considerable downturn in the number of donations pouring in. In response, charities such as WaterAid Australia has had to adapt the way

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nterflow employee operates remote Rotaloc machine from a safe distance

As new and innovative technologies continually evolve in the water sector, safety consistently remains a top priority for councils, water authorities and service providers alike. When the partial collapse of a critical quad-barrel culvert posed imminent danger to the surrounding community, an appetite for innovation proved to be the vital key to success. Culverts: supporting

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Access to clean water, adequate toilets and good hygiene should be fundamental human rights. Sadly, millions of people around the world are not afforded these basic necessities. For those living in disadvantaged communities in developing countries, the COVID-19 crisis poses additional threats associated with poor hygiene and sanitation. Australia’s Water Industry has united to improve

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COVID-19 has shocked the world, challenging many local and national governments until social distancing restrictions ease. However, some infrastructure projects are so critical to the health and wellbeing of the local community, that they cannot wait. For a local crew undertaking one of the largest diameter wastewater rehabilitation projects New Zealand has ever seen, this

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The arrival of COVID-19 has compelled people around the globe to adopt social distancing to protect themselves and their communities. However, for those working in essential services, there is still a level of community contact required. This begs the question: how should companies manage their community relations during a pandemic? Specialist in water infrastructure and

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Interflow’s approach to managing COVID-19 COVID-19 has evolved rapidly and there is a major societal shift which has affected people and industries across the globe. Amid this pandemic, people will still need to rely on continuity of water and sanitation services. Interflow discusses its approach to maintaining business continuity to meet essential services for its

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